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10.58.07.00.htm 10.58.07.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 58 BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL COUNSELORS AND THERAPISTS Chapter 07 Alcohol and Drug Counselors ― Requirements for Certification and Licensure Authority: Health Occupations Article, §17-101, 17-102, 17-205, 17-301, 17-302, 17-305, 17-308, 17-309, 17-401(b) 17-403―17-407, and 17-501―17-509, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.58.07.01.htm 10.58.07.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter applies to alcohol and drug counselors and alcohol and drug trainees in Maryland..
10.58.07.02.htm 10.58.07.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Accredited educational institution" means a Board-approved college or university that is accredited by a national or regional accrediting body recognized by the Council on Post-Secondary Accreditation or through one of the following bodies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education:
10.58.07.03.htm 10.58.07.03. 03 Application Process for Certification, Licensure, and Trainee Status.. A. In order to obtain a certificate or license or to be eligible for trainee status, an applicant shall:1) Complete and return the Board-approved application;. 2) Submit an official transcript from an accredited educational institution indicating the:. a) Completion of the highest degree attained; and. b) Course work required for:. i) Licensure;. ii) Certification; or. iii) Trainee status;.
10.58.07.04.htm 10.58.07.04. 04 Licensed Graduate Alcohol and Drug Counselors.. A. Scope of Practice. The scope of practice for a licensed graduate alcohol and drug counselor includes the following activities to be performed under the clinical supervision of an approved alcohol and drug counselor supervisor:1) Clinical evaluation, including screening, assessment, and diagnosis for mental health disorders;. 2) Treatment planning for mental health disorders, including initial, ongoing, continuity of care, d
10.58.07.05.htm 10.58.07.05. 05 Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselors.. A. Scope of Practice. The scope of practice of a licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor includes the following activities:1) Clinical evaluation, including screening, assessment, and diagnosis for mental health disorders;. 2) Treatment planning for mental health and substance use disorders, including initial, ongoing, continuity of care, discharge, and planning for relap4) Service coordination and case management;.
10.58.07.06.htm 10.58.07.06. 06 Certified Professional Counselor-Alcohol and Drug.. A. The scope of practice for a certified professional counselor-alcohol and drug consists of the following activities:1) Biopsychosocial evaluation, including screening, assessment, and participating in the development of diagnostic impressions for SUDs and CODs;2) Treatment planning for SUDs and CODs, including initial, ongoing, continuity of care, discharge, and planning for relapse prevention;3) Referral;.
10.58.07.07.htm 10.58.07.07. 07 Certified Associate Counselor-Alcohol and Drug.. A. Scope of Practice. The scope of practice of a certified associate counselor-alcohol and drug consists of the following activities, performed in accordance with §B of this regulation:1) Biopsychosocial evaluation, including participating in the development of diagnostic impressions for SUDs or Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)2) Treatment planning for SUDs and CODs, including
10.58.07.08.htm 10.58.07.08. 08 Certified Supervised Counselor-Alcohol and Drug.. A. Scope of Practice. The scope of practice for a certified supervised counselor-alcohol and drug consists of the following activities, performed in accordance with §B of this regulation:1) Participating in the development of diagnostic impressions for SUDs and CODs, as:. a) Confirmed by an approved alcohol and drug counselor supervisor; and. b) Documented by signature and credentials;.
10.58.07.09.htm 10.58.07.09. 09 Alcohol and Drug Trainees.. A. Scope of Practice. The scope of practice of an alcohol and drug trainee shall be limited to the following activities under an approved alcohol and drug counselor supervisor:1) Biopsychosocial evaluation, including screening, assessment, and diagnostic impressions for SUDs and CODs;2) Treatment planning for SUDs and CODs, including initial, ongoing, continuity of care, discharge, and planning for relapse prevention;3) Referral;.
10.58.07.10.htm 10.58.07.10. 10 Licensure Eligibility: Out-of-State Applicants.. A. An applicant licensed as a clinical alcohol and drug counselor or its equivalent, as established by the Board, in another state, territory, or jurisdiction is eligible for licensure if the applicant:1) Provides:. a) A completed Board-approved application;. b) Documentation or transcripts confirming completion of one of the following from an accredited educational institution:
10.58.07.11.htm 10.58.07.11. 11 Certification Eligibility ― CAC-AD ― Out-of-State Applicants.. A. An applicant certified as a certified associate counselor-alcohol and drug or its equivalent, as established by the Board, in another state, territory, or jurisdiction is eligible for certification if the applicant:1) Provides:. a) A completed Board-approved application;. b) Documentation or transcripts confirming completion of one of the following from an accredited educational institution:
10.58.07.12.htm 10.58.07.12. 12 Certification Eligibility ― CSC-AD ― Out-of-State Applicants.. A. An applicant certified as a certified supervised counselor-alcohol and drug or its equivalent, as established by the Board, in another state, territory, or jurisdiction is eligible for certification if the applicant:1) Provides:. a) A completed Board-approved application;. b) Documentation or transcripts confirming completion of one of the following from an accredited educational institution:
10.58.07.13.htm 10.58.07.13. 13 Standards for Supervision.. A. Except as otherwise specified in this chapter, this chapter does not apply to personnel or management practices associated with contractual relationships or employment.B. A supervisor shall:. 1) Supervise only in those areas within the supervisor’s competence, as determined by:. a) Education;. b) Training; and. c) Experience;. 2) Provide supervision appropriate to the particular level of licensure or certification being applied for or maintained;
10.58.07.14.htm 10.58.07.14. 14 Supervisor Qualifications.. A. An individual providing supervision shall be Board-approved and:. 1) Licensed by the Board as a clinical alcohol and drug counselor;. 2) Licensed by the Board as:. a) A clinical professional counselor;. b) A clinical marriage and family therapist; or. c) A clinical professional art therapist;. 3) A licensed mental health care provider as defined in Regulation .02B of this chapter;.
10.58.07.15.htm 10.58.07.15. 15 Supervisor Responsibilities.. A supervisor shall:. A. Agree to and sign a written contract for supervision before initiating supervision;. B. Ensure that the supervisee is practicing within the scope of the supervisee’s credentialing;. C. Determine the skill level at which the supervisee may practice;. D. Focus on primary data from the supervisee’s practice;. E. Maintain documentation for at least 7 years of supervisory sessions, including:. 1) Dates;. 2) Duration; and.
10.58.07.16.htm 10.58.07.16. 16 Supervisee Responsibilities.. A. A supervisee shall:. 1) Verify that the supervisor has been approved by the Board;. 2) Agree to and sign a Board-approved contract before initiating supervision;. 3) Attend and participate in supervision as agreed to in the supervision contract;. 4) Prepare for supervision using case materials related to the supervisee’s alcohol and drug counseling practice;5) Maintain documentation of supervisory sessions for at least 7 years, to
10.58.07.9999.htm 10.58.07.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―06 adopted as an emergency provision effective October 1, 2001 (28:22 Md. R. 1932) adopted permanently effective January 21, 2002 (29:1 Md. R. 23)Regulation .02B amended as an emergency provision effective October 1, 2002 (29:25 Md. R. 1979) amended permanently effective March 3, 2003 (30:4 Md. R. 317)Regulation .02B amended effective November 23, 2006 (33:23 Md. R. 1796). Regulations .07 and .08 adopted as an emergency pr
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